A former hotel manager advocated a lawsuit against the Hampton Inn & Suites in Hazard, Kentucky, and his supervisor after saying he was punished for not undergoing an exorcism, reported the local station WKYT Friday and sent a copy of the complaint.
The trial, filed March 21, tells the challenges faced by worker Jason Fields when he refused to undergo a series of "reindeer" his supervisor Sharon Lindon – who was also mentioned in the complaint – said he needed because his waits for divorce and marital disputes was caused by "demons".
Mr. Fields argues that Mrs Lindon, a member of a church in Hazard, told him he needed to be cleaned to hold his job as a receptionist, according to the complaint.
Ms. Lindon allegedly given Mr. Fields a two-sided questionnaire about his religion and sexuality and demanded that he send the questionnaire before being subjected to what he called "exorcism" according to the complaint.
After refusing to attend, Mr. Fields changed his shift to an unwanted night one and that Ms Fields would call members of her congregation to pray for him in the lobby when he was working, often in front of hotel guests. He finally ends, according to the trial.
He asks for jury tests and both indefinite actual injuries and penalties.
Hilton Worldwide Holdings Inc., which owns Hampton Inn properties, could not be immediately reached for comment.